Day 1 - Calgary
The hip and stylish city centre of the Rockies welcomes all visitors with western flare. World-class eateries thrive beside traditional barbeque smokehouses, and the walkable downtown core invites you to explore the city before heading off to discover the less well-known side of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Day 3 - Drumheller
Drumheller is your base for visiting the Canadian Badlands and Dinosaur Provincial Park. The Badlands were created over 10,000 years ago when glacier floodwaters carved the Red Deer Valley, and is an area with rich deposits of fossils and dinosaur bones that have been unearthed from 75 million years ago.
Day 5 - Cypress Hills
Located in southern Alberta, just outside of Medicine Hat, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is a lush protected oasis offering a plethora of wildlife and picturesque landscapes.
Day 7 - Grasslands National Park
Throughout southwest Saskatchewan, the vast tracts of prairie, colourful wildflowers, rustling native grasses and the earthy aroma of wild sage provide a feast for the senses.
Day 9 - Kyle
Today’s drive takes you through the rolling prairies to La Reata Ranch. Discover your inner cowboy with ranch activities are suitable for beginners or experienced riders. .
Day 11 - Saskatoon
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan’s largest city, is described as being the best of both worlds – dynamic urban energy in sync with nature. Saskatoon itself delights with its picturesque cityscape.
Day 13 - EdmontonTake a slight detour and visit Elk Island National Park before heading into the city. Just 40 minutes north-east of downtown Edmonton is this protected parkland. Take a peaceful canoe ride on the lake or a scenic hike and enjoy wildlife spotting.
Day 15 - Depart
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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